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  • Mostly, I’ve noticed, about what photog­raphy is not about.

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  • He had a good idea of the geog - raphy of the castle.

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  • He had a good idea of the geog - raphy of the castle.

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  • The sculptor Lorenzo Ghiberti composed a monumental work on art and artists that contains the first autobiog - raphy known to have been written by an artist (Schlos - ser, 1912).

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  • Classical archaeology, however, has not been especially interested in iconog - raphy, and the use of the term itself by archaeolo - gists was limited to portraiture.

    ICONOGRAPHY

  • But there can be no doubt of the opposite influence: that of Degas 'action-drawing on photog - raphy and the cinema.

    IMPRESSIONISM IN ART

  • The Daguerrotype process had been invented by Daguerre and Niepce in 1839, and photog - raphy had had a generation of development since then.

    IMPRESSIONISM IN ART

  • Prose forms as far as they were recog - nized were usually incorporated in rhetoric: the ser - mon, the didactic or philosophical treatise, historiog - raphy, and even fictional narratives.

    LITERATURE AND ITS COGNATES

  • Many artists exercised their imagination in both fields; in some specific fields such as sepulchral iconog - raphy, cooperation between religious and humanistic symbolism was common.

    ICONOGRAPHY

  • Under the impact of Chateaubriand's Le Génie du christianisme (1802), research in medieval iconog - raphy developed mainly in France.

    ICONOGRAPHY

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